To file for your 2003 taxes, you will need to file all the necessary forms. These include forms such as:
* Form CT-1 which is the Employer's Annual Railroad Retirement Tax Return
* Form W-2 which is the Wage and Tax Statement
* Form 1040 U.S Individual Income Tax return
* Form 709, which is the United States Gift and Generation Skipping Transfer Tax Return.
* Form W-2AS which is the American Samoa Wage and Tax Statement
* Form W-2G, Certain Gambling Winnings
* Form w-2GU Guam Wage and Tax Statement
* Form W-2VIUS which is the Virgin Islands Wage and Tax Statement
* Form W-3 which is the Transmittal of Wage and Tax Statements
All of these forms can be found on the IRS website. They also tag along their instruction manuals just in case you want to verify whether you filed the forms correctly and accurately. These forms are in portable document format and can be downloaded freely. An important factor to consider is that some of the forms provided are provided for information purposes only. This means that these forms are electronic files provided by IRS and cannot be reproduced by a personal computer printer and filed with the IRS. This is because, forms meant to be filed on IRS are machine read and are therefore printed on special papers, using special inks with carefully monitored specifications.
The following is a list that shows these information only files at IRS.gov
a) Form W-2 and its series
b) Form W-3 and its series
c) Form 941-M
d) Form 1096
e) From 1098 and its series
f) From 1099 at its series
g) Form 5098 and its series
h) Form 5500 and its series
i) Form 8109 - B
The printed versions that can be used for filing at IRS can be obtained by contacting IRS offices.
If you never filed for your 2003 tax returns, there should be no reason for panic, this is because you can simply file them by complete all the forms that are required. Consequently, there are no more requirements needed.
Important to note is that, since 2003 there has been some changes to 2003 tax. Taxpayers will therefore find the 2003 taxes lower. There was tax rates reduction. These changes include; 10 per cent rate applies to a taxable income of up to $7,000, $14,000 if married and filing jointly. This has not changed for the household head where it remains at $10,000. There is also a 15 per cent for joint taxpayers out at $56,000.